Research Report Principles for Improving Financing and Delivery of Long-Term Services and Supports
Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative
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The Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative (LTCFC) was created in 2012 by policy experts and advocates who were looking to develop consensus solutions to the challenges of delivering and financing long-term supports and services. The Urban Institute’s Howard Gleckman was a convener. In an interim report, the LTCFC describes its principles for improving the quality of long-term supports and services and its framework for developing financing solutions.
Research Areas Health and health care Wealth and financial well-being Aging and retirement
Tags Economic well-being Health care delivery and payment Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program  Disability and long-term care Community-based care Medicare Medicare and private health insurance Long-term services and support Financial products and services Retirement Family care and support